Posts labeled Meraki P. Lyhne

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Review - City of Beauty by Meraki P. Lyhne

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Note: This review contains some spoilers about the events of the previous books in the series. Continue reading at your own risk. Things are finally starting to come together for the new young king Daniel and his people. He still sometimes feels overwhelmed by the responsibilities he faces, but he has the support of his two lovers and the leaders of the other cubi kingdoms to help guide him. But facing a new world where the cubi might be able to come out of hiding is not without it's challenges.

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Review - Unseen Beauty by Meraki P. Lyhne

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Note: This review contains some spoilers about the events of the previous book in the series. Continue reading at your own risk. In the wake of the executions that came at the end of the last book, Law of Beauty, things start to settle down for the new cubi king Daniel. But there’s still a lot to do, like solidify the cubi’s relationship with the two nations they share with the humans.

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Review - Law of Beauty by Meraki P. Lyhne

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As Daniel ponders the lessons to be learned from Elakdon’s rising a thousand years ago, as recounted in the last book, History of Beauty, he must face what to do about relations with the modern-day humans that attacked what are now his people. As always, his lovers Seldon and Caledon are there to help him, along with the old king Elakdon. Seven books into this series, the story line is still engaging, with fresh ideas and even a few new characters we might be seeing more of in the next books.

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Review - History of Beauty by Meraki P. Lyhne

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More than a thousand years before Daniel was born, another royal emerged in the Norse regions of Europe. Like Daniel, Elakdon was almost immediately faced with dealing with new problems coming to the ancient Cubi peoples. Chief among these is a new religion sweeping north: Christianity. It’s a faith whose beliefs demonize and directly threaten the Cubi, who have traditionally lived openly alongside humans. “History of Beauty” is a story within the larger story of the Cubi series.

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Review - Mercs and Strippers by Meraki P. Lyhne

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Ethan and Ryder fight to save Ryder’s business, and their lives, in this last installment of the Ore 5 series. Ethan has found the link between the phony accounts and the mob trying to take over Black Ryder, but the lawyer the corporation puts on the case is none of than his father. Ethan will need to stand up for himself and prove he’s not the failure his parents might think in order to save the business.

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Review - Ledgers and Rent Boys by Meraki P. Lyhne

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Ethan and Ryder start trying to figure out how to make a relationship work, given Ryder’s public persona as ‘Black Ryder’ and Ethan’s desire to stay out of the spotlight. But they can’t spend all their time alone in a romantic bubble. Ryder’s business is under threat from some unknown players, but he doesn’t know the hows or whys. Perhaps a rent boy the two meet in another club can provide some clues.

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Review - Roughnecks and Butterflies by Meraki P. Lyhne

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Ethan is having the worst run of bad luck. On graduating in the top of his class in accounting, he takes a contract with the mining colony of Ore 5, but on his arrival after the two year journey in cryo-sleep he finds he’s been downsized out of the promised positon. To add insult to injury, the severance isn’t enough to cover the cost of a return journey to earth. Then they put him up in worker accommodation where one of the miners attempts to rape him in the showers.

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Review - Natural Beauty by Meraki P. Lyhne

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While plans proceed for Daniel’s investiture as king of the North American cubi, the young man himself still isn’t completely sure he will be up to the task. The prospect would be daunting enough, without the added responsibility of being practically in a state of war with rogue elements of the human military. Meanwhile, freed “breeder” Alex is having trouble adjusting to life outside the cubi world. He felt used as a sex slave by the cubi, but now that he’s home with his homophobic parents and working a thankless job in a stock room, he begins to see his former life in a new light.

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Review - Fountain of Beauty by Meraki P. Lyhne

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Note: If you haven’t read the previous books in this series, then kindly beware this review may contain spoilers. Daniel may be the newly discovered prince of the Cubi in North America, but the kingdom he will inherit is in serious danger. The human military has attacked the refuge where many cubi lived, the cubi have dispersed to safe houses around the U.S. and as our story opens Daniel is still “hiding out” at his mother’s house, along with his advisers and lovers Caledon and Seldon, and a host of others.

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Review - Rising Beauty by Meraki P. Lyhne

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Note: This is the third book in the Cubi series. These stories follow closely on each other, so if you haven’t read the first two books, you won’t have any idea what’s going on. As this third installment of the Cubi series opens, Daniel is still trying to wrap his head around the latest revelation to turn his life upside down. Not only is he becoming an incubus, he is destined to become the king of the North American cubi.

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